How to Go to College on a Shoe String by Ann Marie O'Phelan offers information on the usual; grants, scholarships and fellowships; but, it also gives advice on where to find inexpensive text books, eating cheaply, and low-cost airfare for that holiday trip home. Basically, if you have a question about money for college, this book may have an answer.
Another issue that many college freshman deal with is the Freshman 15. Never heard of it? Well, it's the 15 pounds that many college students gain during their first year at school. Healthy Cooking & Nutrition for College Students: How NOT to Gain the Freshman 15 by Rebekah Sack may have the answers you need. This book defines what it means to eat healthy and why that is so important. This book doesn't try to turn us all into gourmet cooks. It recognizes that college students eat on-the-go. But, it tries to help us see how sound nutrition and wise life choices will help us be successful.
So, if you're headed off to college, have a great year and check out the books the library has to offer for some great advice!